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Calpe is a lovely mediterranean coastal town. It has 14 ISO 9001 and 14001 certified beaches and bays extending across13km of coastline. Calpe's three main beaches have all been awarded the European Blue Flag for their quality and cleanliness.

Cala Calalga

Cala de cantos rodados, arena y posidonia oceánica situada al final de la Playa Levante y dentro de un entorno natural. Ideal para quienes buscan la tranquilidad durante sus días de vacaciones. La playa está dividida en dos partes: una parte de arena que suele estar más masificada y otra parte compuesta de algas pero sin arena que suele ser más tranquilo.

Cala Les Urques

You can access from the Spailing club of the Blanco Port. This is a quiet beach with gravel and surrounded by vegetation.

Arenal Bol

This beach has an award Q for high quality and the Blue Flag. It is sitauted in the urban center of Calpe and is one of the most poplar beaches. There is a great number of touristic service, besides there is also some service for disabled.

Cantal Roig


Small beach with views of the Ifach Rock. It is situated next to the fishing port and the Calpe Sailing Club.

What to do in Calpe?

During a holiday in Calpe, as well as long days of sun and sea, you could also explore the historical remains without having to go far from the accommodation. If you only visit one monument in Calpe make sure that it's the Baños de la Reina', the site of an ancient Roman town. It was one of the most important places of the production of fish salting. There are still remains of the 'Muntanyeta' and the 'Roman Vicus' baths, where colonists of the time ate fish. The stunning architecture, the latest findings and its well maintained condition make for a unique and fascinating historical site. Another site not to be missed in Calpe is the 'La Manzanera' area where you can find original architecture by Richard Bofill, the famous red rampart nestled into a cliff, the original Xanadu building or the amphitheatre which is surrounded by luxury houses. Don't forget your camera as the views from the top of the cliff are magnificent. Other historic monuments to keep in mind include Torre Molí del Morelló, a wind mill built in the first half of the 20th century; the Torreó de la Peça which is part of the remains of the 14th century fortress; and the Pou Salata, an 18th century well which the villagers of Calpe came to for water. During your stay in the accommodation in Calpe you also have the opportunity to visit Ermita Velle d'Oltá which is suitable as a day trip with children because it is located on the Oltà mountain range: a great place for relaxing, playing games and eating in the open air.

How to get there

In terms of transport to and from Calpe, you have the following options:

By plane

If you are arriving by plane, there are two airports nearby: El Altet Airport in Alicante situated 70km from Calpe; or Manises Airport in Valencia, located approximately 125km away.

By train

The Trenet de la Marina (small train) runs along the coast from Alicante to Denia and stops off at Calpe. There is a regular service, particularly during the months of June, July, August and September.

By car

If you are travelling by car, the fastest way of arriving at the accommodation in Calpe is via the AP7 motorway, which runs parallel to the Mediterranean Coast.